I need a emulator with all the stock apps as a G'zone commando. Can anyone help?
Ok, so here's what you're gonna need the Android source, once you follow all the instructions, it'll show you how to build for emulator, now comes the fun part. You're gonna need unyaffs to tear apart the .img files it outputs (specifically userdata.img and system.img) so you can do a pull (adb pull /system and adb pull /data) and overlay that onto the system.img and userdata.img you already created. (Or instead of pulling, you can unyaff a nandroid, there are a couple around the all things root thread) then you'll need mkyaffs2image to rebuild the .img files ...
You'll also need a kernel so you're gonna want to follow some of the instructions here.
Haha, helpful links pax but I think you scared him!
Well, I can't do all the work, after all, how else would he learn (pretty much I compiled most of what I've learned from the development side onto paper here )
Also, in case anybody wants an easy way to tweak nandroids to their liking, (linux,) unyaffs, mkyaffs2image and md5sum are very powerful tools (if you change a nandroid, make sure you update nandroid.md5 or else you get a md5sum mismatch error)
Note: If anybody sees what I just wrote, and has a md5sum error on a file that was just downloaded, and thinks to themselves, I'll fix it this way! I will laugh when you screw up your system. Always double check md5sums to guarantee you don't have a corrupted file!
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Last edited by paxchristos; March 17th, 2012 at 05:14 PM.
i just dont know what to do after i pull /system and /data.
this is SO frustrating
do this in terminal in the directory with system.img and data.img
1) mkdir system
2) cp system.img system/
3) cd system/
4) (/path/to/)unyaffs system.img (i put the binaries I use most in /bin)
5) cp -r /path/to/system/dump ./
6) cd ..
7) (/path/to) mkyaffs2image system/ system.img
repeat with data
(Now you have the commando specific system.img and data.img)
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